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[openFATE 303678] New yast module - LIRC configuration
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  • Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2010 17:10:51 +0100 (CET)
  • Message-id: <feature-303678-29@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Feature changed by: Ladislav Slezak (lslezak)
Feature #303678, revision 29
Title: New yast module - LIRC configuration

openSUSE-11.1: Rejected by Stanislav Visnovsky (visnov)
reject date: 2008-06-24 15:31:30
reject reason: More urgent stuff to cover.
Requester: Desirable

openSUSE-11.2: Rejected by Stanislav Visnovsky (visnov)
reject date: 2009-02-02 13:29:45
reject reason: Out of scope. Postponing.
Requester: Desirable

openSUSE-11.3: Evaluation
Requester: Desirable
Projectmanager: Desirable

Requested by: Ladislav Slezak (lslezak)

Create a new Yast module for configuring IR receivers and remote
* irrecord support
* ir-kbd-i2c, ir-kbd-gpio support as in tv module already
* reading users' config to find out what buttons were defined (only if
/home partition left from last installation)
* support for lirc's options in /etc/sysconfig
See bug

#4: Dean Hilkewich (deanjo13) (2009-11-04 06:28:29)
I really hope this accepted with 11.3.  It just took me a couple of
hours to realize that my old lirc config wouldn't work in 11.2 that I
used in 11.1.  The device was now /dev/lirc0 instead of /dev/lirc like
it was in 11.1.

#5: Todd R (theblackcat) (2009-12-03 04:57:52)
I think this is pretty important.  LiRC is one of the last classes of
common hardware that cannot be configured using a GUI in openSUSE.

+ #7: Ladislav Slezak (lslezak) (2010-03-02 17:10:13)
+ Configuring LIRC is quite complex and a simple YaST module cannot cover
+ all possibilities. So we should focus on the basic functionality here.
+ Here is my proposal:
+ Basic functionlity:
+ - read/write /etc/sysconfig/lirc settings - set lircd driver, module,
+ device...
+ - select a remote controller model from lirc-remote package
+ or start irrecord and create a new config for the user's controller
+ - enable/disable lirc system service
+ Editing user's config is very complex because ~/.lircrc (or
+ /etc/lircrc) can contain e.g.
+ include ~/.lircd/mplayer
+ Is that sufficient for most users? Please, comment.

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